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Considered one of China's beloved folktales, Mulan is transformed into an animated film full of action, adventure and the courage of a young girl. When Mulan's father is called up to fight in the army, Mulan knows he won't survive as he is too frail. She decides to pass herself off as a young man and fight in his place. When her ancestors find out, they send a little dragon to try and discourage her from fighting. Instead the two become loyal friends as they experience the horrors of war.
Visually stunning, amazingly choreographed martial arts film set in ancient China about a warlord in fear of his life as rulers plot against him.
11+ years 95 mins
Chinese take on E.T, about a little boy with a new best friend from space, from the director of Shaolin Soccer.
7–14 years 86 mins
Two warriors in pursuit of a stolen sword and a notorious fugitive are led to an impetuous and physically-skilled nobleman's daughter.
11+ years 120 mins
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